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PS752: France downloads data from ‘black boxes’ of Ukrainian Boeing 737

Source : 112 Ukraine

The data were being loaded in collaboration with Iranian investigators and experts from Canada, the United States, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, as well as representatives of UIA, Boeing, and engine manufacturer Safran
08:06, 21 July 2020

The French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA)
BEA/Twitter

The French Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) successfully downloaded data from the "black boxes" of the Ukrainian Boeing 737, shot down over Tehran in January this year. This was reported by BEA on Twitter.

@Boeing #737 UR-PSR @fly_uia #PS752 / CVR data - including the event itself - has been successfully downloaded by @BEA_Aero / Data transferred to Iran's AAIB / Communication on their behalf. @Boeing #737 UR-PSR @fly_uia #PS752 / FDR data - including the event itself - has been successfully downloaded by @BEA_Aero / Data transferred to Iran's AAIB / Communication on their behalf / H & FDR data analysis will start tomorrow with stakeholders,” the message reads.

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A BEA spokesman said that the disclosure of any additional information was a matter for the Iranian authorities conducting the investigation.

The data were being loaded in collaboration with Iranian investigators and experts from Canada, the United States, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, as well as representatives of UIA, Boeing, and engine manufacturer Safran.

As we reported earlier, the French side officially confirmed passage of black boxes yesterday, on July 20.

Related: Iran says PS752 disaster was caused by incorrect air defense settings

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